Aloe vera has been used for health-related purposes for almost 4,000 years. 

Today, in processed form, and in accordance with modern industry standards, it is consumed orally and applied topically in a wide variety of consumer products.  This site has been created to provide consumers and retailers with a source of reliable, documented information about aloe vera as it is used today.

On our blog page, we plan to post regular news related to aloe vera, and we encourage you to submit your own comments and experiences.  And, if you have further questions, please contact us!


  • George Ebers in 1862 first discovered its antiquity in an ancient Egyptian Papyrus, dated 3500 BC. Aloe vera has been used for centuries in China and India.
  • There are approximately two hundred different aloe vera plants.
  • Aloe Vera is also called the Lily of the Desert, since it grows naturally in the desert.
  • The aloe gel extracted from the plant contains more than 75 nutrients and 200 active compounds including 20 minerals, 18 amino acids and 12 vitamins.
  • The leaf of an Aloe Vera plant is an excellent “first aid” kit, to disinfect minor cut or gall injuries, or insect stings or bites

See how aloe vera juice is processed – from the field to the finished raw ingredient.

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